At least three disciplinary sanctions from the Colombian Attorney General’s Office weigh on former Colombian presidential candidate Rodolfo Hernandez, which would prevent him from running in the regional elections, according to local media.
The founder of the League of Anti-Corruption Rulers party had expressed his aspiration to participate as a candidate for the Governor of Santander in the upcoming October elections. However, with these measures from the Attorney General’s Office, it is confirmed that he would be disabled to access a popularly elected position.
The Attorney General’s Office confirmed three disciplinary sanctions that disqualify Rodolfo Hernandez from being a candidate for Governor of Santander. The National Electoral Council must define next week whether to revoke his candidacy #BluMorningspic.twitter.com/6rnnlENqUG
— Blu Santanderes (@BLUSantanderes) September 8, 2023
One of the proceedings against the politician is for physical and verbal aggression against councilor John Claro, whom he slapped; The other irregular event would have been when he called the observer Fernando Martinez Arenas a “dogwasher of politicking”; while the third sanction was as a result of having called Wilson Motta, an official of the Infrastructure Secretary, “corrupt”, according to Blu Radio. Last May, the Attorney General’s Office disciplined him for benefit your child in a hiring process public.